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How to Survive: Lessons for Everyday Life from the Extreme World

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Stanfords Bristol

29 Corn Street

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Join us for an evening with John Hudson, Chief Survival Instructor to the UK military, as he shows us how strategies for life or death situations can help us excel in our everyday lives.

What could possibly connect crawling through a jungle and working through your ‘to do’ list? What can ejecting out of a stealth bomber teach you about the importance of thinking the worst? What can surviving in extreme situations teach us about surviving everyday life?

John Hudson is a man who knows what it takes to survive. Combining firsthand experience with twenty years of studying the choices people have made under the most extreme pressure, How to Survive is a lifetime’s worth of wisdom about how to apply the principles of survival to everyday life.

Through gripping first-hand accounts of near disaster and survival stories from across the extreme world you can develop the skills that allow you to make better decisions under pressure, which are as equally applicable to your interactions with colleagues or family, job interviews and public speaking, as to tackling Mount Everest.

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John Hudson FRGS is a survival instructor, broadcaster and writer whose specialist work takes him to some of the most remote and extreme environments around the globe. A former RAF helicopter pilot, John is the British Military's Chief SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance & Extraction) Instructor, and an elected Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.

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